(PlayUp) Arizona Sports Betting Set to Launch
(PlayUp) Arizona Sports Betting Set to Launch
Sydney, Sep 3, 2021 AEST (ABN Newswire) - After legalisation in April 2021, the launch of Arizona's sports betting market on September 9 is another significant stepping stone in the continued growth of the United States wagering industry.

To date the Arizona Department of Gaming have announced 18 of 20 sports betting licenses, having initially received 26 applications.

While Arizona's sports betting will launch next week, coinciding with the beginning of the NFL season, Daily Fantasy Sports is already well under way having hit the market on August 27.

Commenting on the status of the Arizona market, PlayUp Global CEO, Daniel Simic said: "With sports betting set to become a $40-$60 billion industry in coming years, the opportunity both within Arizona and the US market in general is enormous. PlayUp welcomes the arrival of sports betting in Arizona and remain hopeful of receiving a license within due course."


About PlayUp

PlayupPlayUp is a next generation entertainment and technology group that enriches the lives of people through entertaining, rewarding and responsible online betting. We develop innovative betting technologies in-house to power our brands and deliver world-class user experiences. Our energies are focused on fulfilling the needs of dedicated and passionate users who seek a deeper connection to the games they play.

PlayUp unifies the world's favourite online betting products including Fixed Odds Sports Betting, Fixed-Odds Racing (Horses and Greyhounds), Esports and Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) where we host Australia's largest and indeed some of the globe's largest prize pools in competitive peer-to-peer online betting.

We hold online betting licenses in multiple jurisdictions and currently operate in Australia, New Zealand, USA and India.

    


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